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  1. If ventilating using a BVM with supplemental oxygen, give ___-___ mL per ventilation or __-__ mL/kg.
    • 400, 600
    • 6, 7
  2. If ventilating using a BVM without supplemental oxygen, give ___-___ mL per ventilation or __ mL/kg.
    • 700, 1000
    • 10
  3. What size fitting should a BVM be equipped?
    15/22 mm
  4. What flow rate of oxygen must a BVM accept?
    30 L/min
  5. A flow-restricted O2 powered ventilator must provide a peak of 100 percent oxygen at up to __ L/min.
    40
  6. A flow-restricted O2 powered ventilator must have a __ cm (H2O) pressure release valve.
    60
  7. Suction no longer than __ seconds at a time in an adult, __ seconds in a child, and ____ seconds in an infant.
    15, 10, 5
  8. A suction device must maintain a vacuum of ___ mL when clamped.
    300
  9. Oxygen flow rate and percent oxygen for a nasal cannula:
    • 1 - 6 L/min
    • 24 - 44%
  10. Oxygen flow rate and percent oxygen for a simple face mask:
    • 8 - 15 L/min
    • 35 - 60%
  11. Oxygen flow rate and percent oxygen for a non-rebreather mask:
    • 10 - 15 L/min
    • up to 90 - 95%
  12. Oxygen flow rate and percent oxygen for mouth-to-mask:
    • 15 L/min
    • 55%
  13. Oxygen flow rate and percent oxygen for BVM with reservoir:
    • 15 L/min
    • 90 - 100%
  14. Infant BVM bag volume:
    150 - 240 mL
  15. Pediatric BVM bag volume:
    500 - 700 mL
  16. Adult BVM bag volume:
    1200 - 1600 mL
  17. Normal respiratory range for people >8 years old:
    12 - 20
  18. Normal respiratory range for children 1 - 8 years old:
    15 - 30
  19. Normal respiratory range for infants (1 - 12 months):
    25 - 50
  20. Normal respiratory range for neonates (<1 month):
    40 - 60
  21. What is the suction setting for an adult?
    80 - 120 mmHg
  22. What is the suction setting for pediatric and elderly patients?
    50 - 100 mmHg
  23. Ventilation rate for an adult:
    10 - 12/minute (one breath every 5 - 6 seconds)
  24. Ventilation rate for a child:
    12 - 20/minute (one breath every 3 - 5 seconds)
  25. Ventilation rate for an infant:
    20 - 30/minute
  26. Ventilation rate for a neonate:
    30 - 60/minute
  27. How long do you assess breathing and pulse in an unresponsive person?
    5 - 10 seconds
  28. How many back slaps / chest thrusts in an infant with an airway obstruction?
    5
  29. How far do you compress the chest of an infant?
    one-third to one-half of the chest diameter
  30. What is the flow rate setting for adults being administered blow-by oxygen?
    10 - 15 L/min
  31. What is the flow rate setting for infants/children being administered blow-by oxygen?
    6 - 10 L/min
  32. What is the flow rate setting for neonates being administered blow-by oxygen?
    5 L/min
  33. What percent oxygen is provided via blow-by oxygen at a flow rate of 10 L/min?
    30 - 40%
  34. What is the depth for chest compressions on an adult?
    at least 2 inches
  35. What is the rate of chest compressions for an adult?
    100/min
  36. What is the compression to breathing ratio for an adult?
    30:2
  37. How many cycles of CPR are needed before switching?
    5
  38. How long should 5 cycles of CPR take?
    2 minutes
  39. How long should switching duties take during CPR?
    less than 5 seconds
  40. What is the ventilation rate for an adult or child with an advanced airway?
    8 - 10 breaths/min (one breath every 6 - 8 seconds)
  41. What is the compression to breathing ratio for one-rescuer CPR on a child?
    30:2
  42. What is the compression to breathing ratio for two-rescuer CPR on a child?
    15:2
  43. Normal systolic BP for newborns:
    50 - 70
  44. Normal systolic BP for infants:
    80 - 100
  45. Normal systolic BP for a child:
    80 - 110
  46. Normal systolic BP an adult:
    90-140
  47. Normal Pulse Range Adult:
    60-100
  48. Normal Pulse Range School Age Child (6-10):
    70-110
  49. Normal Pulse Range Preschool Child (3-5):
    80-120
  50. Normal Pulse Range Toddler (1-3):
    80-130
  51. Normal Pulse Range Infant (6-12 mos)
    80-140
  52. Normal Pulse Range Infant (1-5 mos):
    90-140
  53. Normal Pulse Range Newborn:
    120-160

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